Tesla Shipped 1500 Model 3 EVs To Buyers In Last Quarter

Posted: Feb 8 2018, 7:42am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Tesla Shipped 1500 Model 3 EVs to Buyers in Last Quarter
  • Tesla says Model 3 Production Numbers on Target

Tesla Motors shipped 1500 Model 3s to its Clientele in the Past Quarter

Tesla’s earning report which came out recently had it that at least 2500 of its Model 3s will be churned out by the end of the first quarter. Also 5000 more will be produced by the time the second quarter comes along.

Tesla’s entire reputation rests on the Model 3. In excess of 400,000 people have reserved these vehicles. These individuals have pre-paid a grand each for the sake of the special model. Of course, this nominal advance fee is refundable as is the case in ordinary circumstances.

Several times, the manufacturing of the Model 3 was put off due to the dire straits the company was facing. Many investors have been given warning signals from the head honchos of the firm regarding this risky financial trend.

The impossibility of predicting the future remains a hard fact that cannot be escaped. Tesla Motors is nevertheless taking action and bottlenecks in production are being addressed although in a piecemeal manner.

The CEO, Elon Musk stated in plain words that the company was learning fast from its adverse experiences on the financial front.

It is a case of facing the pain alongside the pleasure of hard work and backbreaking effort for Musk and his EV company. This is the stuff of which dreams are made of but to make it a reality requires putting the beams and rafters into the plans.

It is very difficult and while the workers handle the physical tasks, the top brass have to take the psychological torture of micromanaging every last detail.

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